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Read: Vanderbilt Now Supports Mercury Security OEM Controllers, Peripheral Panels

Vanderbilt Now Supports Mercury Security OEM Controllers, Peripheral Panels

As an Authentic Mercury partner, Vanderbilt will provide customers with a streamlined path to move beyond proprietary hardware to more feature-rich access control solutions.

Read: ONVIF Releases Profile Q to Improve Ease of Installation, Advanced Security

ONVIF Releases Profile Q to Improve Ease of Installation, Advanced Security

Profile Q has been in release candidate status in order to provide industry review and feedback prior to the final release.

Read: ONVIF Creates Use Case Working Group to Develop Spec Use Cases

ONVIF Creates Use Case Working Group to Develop Spec Use Cases

The working group will collaborate primarily with ONVIF members, plus interact with system integrators, system designers and ONVIF ecosystem stakeholders.

Read: ONVIF Hosts Developers’ Plugfest to Test for Interoperability

ONVIF Hosts Developers’ Plugfest to Test for Interoperability

More than 55 technical experts from 25 companies logged more than 260 hours of total testing time during the three-day event.

Read: ONVIF Hosts Annual 2015 Member Meeting; Election Results for ONVIF Committees Announced

ONVIF Hosts Annual 2015 Member Meeting; Election Results for ONVIF Committees Announced

ONVIF Steering Committee Chairman Per Björkdahl informed members of the company’s goals and strategies for the coming year.

Read: A Peek Into Vicon’s Mission for Open Standards

A Peek Into Vicon’s Mission for Open Standards

Vicon Industries CEO Eric Fullerton believes video surveillance consolidation has stifled innovation. He is now challenging security systems integrators and end users to spec only ONVIF-based open platform systems.

Read: ONVIF Launches Initiative to Guarantee Product Conformance

ONVIF Launches Initiative to Guarantee Product Conformance

The organization’s education and enforcement campaign will help educate the manufacturing community about the specific requirements of compliance.

ONVIF’s Profile G for Video Storage and Recording Now Available

The specification covers cameras, encoders and NVR devices as well as client systems such as video management systems, building management systems and physical PSIM systems.

Read: As Access Control Ascends, Integrators Confront New Challenges

As Access Control Ascends, Integrators Confront New Challenges

Technological advances and open standards will fuel growth as installing security contractors contend with evolving market dynamics.

Read: Building Interoperability Standards for Physical Access Control

Building Interoperability Standards for Physical Access Control

Unlike ONVIF’s Profile S, which was driven in large part by the digital revolution on the video side of the security industry, Profile C for physical access control systems is the result of a more forward-looking approach.

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